M1 Macs don’t use that warren of startup key combinations, but a logical structure of choices, mostly when starting up in Recovery Mode. Here are the full details.
Time has changed in M1 Macs, with the Mach clock ticking every 41.67 nanoseconds. This affects all log entries too, and works differently in Rosetta.
First update it to 11.0.1. Here are details of the problems which can arise and how to solve them, from unenrolling from betas to using Configurator to Revive an M1 Mac.
The answer could be anything from 15 to 32 GB. Maybe the Finder’s just having a wild guess? Numbers courtesy of Big Sur and APFS.
A new feature in Big Sur, which provides ready access to fast, efficient compression and decompression. Here’s first look and test app.
If you were to strip unwanted code from a Universal App, would it still pass Big Sur’s strict security checks?
Singing the praises of third-party developers who gave up their summer to work on their products to ensure they let us upgrade to Big Sur.
If you haven’t upgraded to Big Sur yet but intend doing so early, be reassured: it’s one of the smoothest for years. Full details and a few tips to help.
How Catalina and Big Sur handle the first run of apps which have their quarantine flag set. With details of log entries seen in both steps needed for approval.
I was wrong: the first proper update to Big Sur is version 11.1, and next year we should be grappling with macOS 12.